Occlusion is the fundamental concern of prosthetic and restorative dentistry. Occlusal discrepancies are one of the deleterious functional problems perceived after the treatment of the prosthesis or restorations. The study aimed to identify occlusal interferences in order to refine the occlusal contacts, by the use of occlusal indicators. It reviews and discusses the various occlusal indicators available for the correction of occlusal discrepancies in both fixed and removable prosthesis. The study proved that the functioning capacity of the indicators in terms of principle, reliability, accuracy, and method vary based on their varied characteristics. Additionally, it revealed that the oral environment, physical properties, and the elucidation of the clinicians regarding the indicator’s readings also impact their functioning ability. It illuminated that it is not only concerned with the scrutinizing the occlusion but also includes the clinician’s ability to record, store, and transfer the data for the achievement of the stomatognathic system harmony.